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Food not NATO - Elect To End Hunger & Poverty

Food not NATO - Elect To End Hunger & Poverty

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 11:00pm

Free and open to all!

-The amazing global effort to end poverty and militarism!
-An inspiring presentation by Food Not Bombs co-founder Keith McHenry.

Most people would elect to end hunger and poverty but many of the people running for office have another agenda, cutting social services while transferring our tax dollars to wealthy military contractors and their corporate friends. While elected officials cut social services like unemployment insurance, food stamps, education, health care and other basic necessities they pass laws against the poor and evict the occupations seeking to defend the 99%. Food Not Bombs volunteers face arrest for sharing meals in public in cities all over the United States.

The heavy police state repression of our constitutional rights to protest and seek a peaceful future will not stop us. Food Not Bombs has worked for 32 years to end the policies of NATO, the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and other exploitive institutions.

Food Not Bombs is responding to this crisis by recovering, cooking and sharing vegan meals and groceries with the hungry in nearly 1,000 communities.  Food Not Bombs is honored to provide food to those protesting NATO. Join us on our 32nd anniversary to learn more about this global movement.

Copies of Keith’s new book “Hungry for Peace” will be available at the 


How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs:

This event is sponsored by Food Not Bombs.

Contact Information: 


Keith McHenry
Phone 575-770-3377


Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ
615 W. Wellington Avenue
60657 Chicago , IL